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linkedin and find thousands of job if you're looking to work in tech. >> now we're seeing some of the seeds planted years ago come to fruition and real business models with real earnings and with that allows us to see is hiring. >> reporter: and how's this for a silicon valley surprise? construction otherwise taking a beating in california, putting boots on the ground along 101 in san jose. >> we're looking at funding going into infrastructure improvements which create jobs. >> reporter: lots of jobs thanks to a $156 million boost from the state that will fund multiple roadway projects. >> it's a lot of jobs for people on the projects. it's improving the roadways so people can get to jobs. it's a significant boost to the economy. >> reporter: california is trying to dig itself out of a pretty big hole these days, but there is some strength to grow on. >> and how tough are jobs to come by? the banking industry still shrinking. bank of america announcing 3,500 new job cuts today and, yes, as we said, there are jobs in tech, but arguably the biggest tech story of the week comes from a company
and linkedin and everything else without the kinds of concerns about privacy that my generation grew up with. so when we look ahead, it is not that we don't want to protect vital information, but the whole idea of -- basically americans like government when their security is threatened. they don't like government when their privacy is threatened or when their communications are threatened. going forward, that's an interesting thing to think about. culturally we may be evolving into a society or a world where a lot of people don't particularly care if you are tromping about in their cyberspace. >> let me see, i should note that a government executive has just published a special issue on cyber-security, and our terrific technology web site has a lot of other information in addition to what was public -- published in print on that topic. that is nextgov.com. i think we have run out of time, but we have covered some interesting territory i think. why don't we give john and the others a round of applause. [applause] >> today a look at aviation security and improvements since 9/11. after that, se
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